Hugo Lloris will learn 'life lesson' from drink driving charge - Mauricio Pochettino

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Lloris admitted being more than twice above the drink-drive limit when he was stopped by police in central London last month.

"He already knew in the moment that it was a big mistake". I want a watch or some Korean food.' Because when we see in the past that different clubs didn't allow [him] to go to play in this tournament, who took the risk? Of course he is lucky there was no outcome.

"That is a massive lesson for everyone".

"In this situation he has spent a period where he was fighting with this situation, and now I think he's accepting that and he's going to move on and play his best, of course".

"He pleaded guilty and that is it".

"He is a man and he is very conscious about what happened, and of course you can not remove it, but he has the capacity to move on, learn and be focused on playing football", said Pochettino.

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Spurs fans will hope that their number one returns to club duty ready to display the kind of form that has earned him a place among the top 'keepers in European football, to help the team keep pace with the front-runners in the league. "I have no doubt about that".

The Frenchman, who now has a thigh injury, was fined £50,000 and banned from driving for 20 months for the offence which occurred in August.

"He apologised to everyone", said the Argentine. But I think the most important is that anyone can make a mistake.

"Of course he is the first to regret about everything". He made a mistake and he is suffering.

Midfielder Moussa Sissoko will be another absentee for the Wembley meeting with Liverpool but, while Harry Winks could be in contention to start, his manager said the Englishman's ankle condition is "chronic". We are not God and we can not judge people. Only we need to try (to ensure) that he understands that it was a mistake.

"He's the first that told me: 'Gaffer it's a massive mistake and I need to pay, like a man'".

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